Dehydroxylation of serpentine minerals: Implications for mineral carbonation

@inproceedings{Dlugogorski2014DehydroxylationOS,
  title={Dehydroxylation of serpentine minerals: Implications for mineral carbonation},
  author={Bogdan Z. Dlugogorski and Reydick Deguit Balucan},
  year={2014}
}
This review examines studies on the dehydroxylation of serpentine minerals published in the open literature from 1945 to 2013, with brief description of earlier work. Presently, the energy cost and technological complications, required to amorphise serpentine minerals by dehydroxylation, prevent their large-scale application for sequestering of CO2. The focus of the review is on thermal dehydroxylation, although mechanical dehydroxylation by grinding and shock, as well as thermomechanical… CONTINUE READING

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